Whether a person prefers road or mountain bikes, it is almost is if the city was designed around the activity of cycling in the early 1900’s. From the 26-mile parkway that ribbons throughout the city from north to south, to the off-road trails that hug many of our city parks, there is always someplace new to have a 2-wheeled adventure.
View our trails on mtbproject.com.
Golfing, hiking, skating, swimming…whatever your adventure of choice, you can find it in St. Joseph. Make memories walking the riverfront trail at sunset or catch a Mustangs wooden-league baseball game. In the summer, take the family to city’s large aquatic park or check out the Kansas City Chiefs Summer Training Camp at Missouri Western State University. There’s always someplace to get active in St. Jo.
Fairview is one of the oldest public courses in Northwest Missouri, established in 1925. The rolling fairways, large mature trees and hazards make this 18-hole course a challenge for players of all skill levels.
The Golf Club is a public 9-hole par 3 golf course. It also has a lighted driving range, lighted batting cages, lighted 18 hole mini-golf park, pro shop and snack bar. This is a year round facility.
St. Joseph sits in the middle of exceptional fishing and hunting locations and the nearly one million acres of Conservation Area lands makes these types of opportunities endless. Whether you’re looking to catch a prize-winning Missouri River catfish, or aiming for deer, turkey, or waterfowl, the areas right around St. Joseph are the most exceptional all-around outdoor recreation destinations in America.